New Play Store APK teardown reveals app reviews require G+ account, pre-order support, and more

New Play Store APK teardown reveals app reviews require G+ account, pre-order support, and more

The guys over at Android Police have torn down the new Play Store APK, and they’ve found some pretty cool stuff lurking on the inside. According to AP:

  • …App reviews in the Play Store will soon require a Google+ account, and future reviews will be posted showing your full Google+ name and picture.
  • …Preorders are going to be a thing in the Play Store now. I’m not sure if this is already active and nothing has pre-orders enabled, or if it will be enabled in the future. It might also be part of the upcoming devices section.

There’s also some talk about a new look for the Play Store, which would be pretty great as well. Be sure to check out the source link for the full story, and let us know your thoughts.

via androidpolice

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